WIRE News through 7/14   Volume 7, Issue 26
Alabama & the United States
National company takes chance on local builder amid industry challenges (REAL)
REAL Charts: Alabama new construction up in May (REAL)
Alabama land broker instructs Kansas Realtors, bringing ALC designation course to Montgomery (REAL)
AI technology could have lasting impact on real estate (REAL)
Alabama real estate professionals still positive moving into 3Q (REAL)
VIDEO: Historic tax credit expert talks new bill, potential for more projects (REAL)
U.S. added 222,000 jobs in June, surpassed expectations (AL.com)
Where all the stuff gets made in the U.S. of A. (Alabama Newscenter)
Survey: Most Millennials Don't Follow a Budget
Labor Shortage Causes Headaches for Builders
Apartment Occupancy Rate Nears Record High
CFPB Final Rule Clear on Ability to Share Closing Disclosures
Aspects of a Home Buyers Shouldn't Overlook
North Alabama - Huntsville, Florence, Gadsden, Muscle Shoals, Cullman
ACRE Report: Marshall County year-to-date home sales through May up 8 percent over last year (Alabama Newscenter)
Matt Curtis Real Estate ranked No. 2 team in the state by REAL Trends
Huntsville Oks deal 'confident' Blue Origin plant is coming (AL.com)
Huntsville Leads Alabama with Lowest Unemployment Rate
Lyft debuts transportation service at Huntsville International Airport (AL.com)
Study: HudsonAlpha biotech campus worth $1.85B to Alabama economy (AL.com)
Boeing ramping up Alabama aerospace employment, investment (Alabama Newscenter)
North Central - Birmingham Metro, Anniston, Walker County
ACRE Report: Birmingham year-to-date home sales through May up 4 percent over last year (Alabama Newscenter)
Birmingham, Mobile among top markets for single-family investors (REAL)
Inland Seafood to expand in Ensley, hire 100 (AL.com)
Birmingham's Robins & Morton, Florida Hospital Waterman celebrate the hospital expansion groundbreaking
Bham firms team up on Auburn retail project (BBJ)
Changes coming to 'Heaviest Corner' building (AL.com)
City's 20th Street study likely will run into 2018 (BBJ)
Luxury townhouse development proposed for Birmingham's Highland Park (AL.com)
Carrigan's Public House owner gets incentives to open new restaurant in Birmingham's Lakeview (AL.com)
Saw's BBQ opening its fourth Birmingham restaurant (AL.com)
Pizza restaurant and bar opens in Birmingham's Lakeview District (AL.com)
Popular Birmingham restaurant acquired by private equity firm (BBJ)
Panda Express opening new Birmingham location (AL.com)
Clayton Homes buys Birmingham's Harris Doyle Homes
Bham real estate firm adds two new brokers (BBJ)
Birmingham Council approves 20th Street study (BBJ)
Department store chain closing Birmingham location next year (BBJ)
Birmingham ranked average on list of cities for construction jobs (BBJ)
HealthSouth announces new name, logo (BBJ)
Hanna Andersson opening first store in Alabama (AL.com)
Restaurants in Birmingham's new Elyton Hotel opening this week (AL.com)
Five things to know about the Elyton Hotel (AL.com)
Asian fusion restaurant opens in downtown Birmingham (BBJ)
Popular restaurant chain to open newest Bham location (BBJ)
Popular Birmingham restaurant opens Mt. Laurel location (BBJ)
See which Bham architects won AIA awards (BBJ)
Honda supplier expanding, hiring in Alabama (BBJ)
Second full-service restaurant to open at Pizitz (BBJ)
Shipt announces large Alabama expansion (BBJ)
Birmingham contractor lands Nashville health project (BBJ)
Former country club now operating as semi-private club (BBj)
South Central - Montgomery, Auburn, Lake Martin, Phenix City
Days of Our Market: John Coley talks Lake Martin real estate (REAL)
Selma brick company founded in 1945 building for fourth generation (AL.com)
Golf cart shuttle service could be rolling into town
Auburn to host Alabama Launchpad Startup Competition
Auburn University home to new pharmaceutical building
West Alabama - Tuscaloosa
Cooling centers open in Tuscaloosa for seniors
Downtown Tuscaloosa grocery project moving ahead (AL.com)
Tuscaloosa approves regs aimed at short-term rentals (AL.com)
American Family Care to Host Grand Opening for Second Tuscaloosa Clinic
Babe's has fresh, bold doughnuts
Eating options expand in downtown Tuscaloosa
New student housing site plans August opening
Skyland Boulevard Kmart to close by October
Wiregrass - Dothan, Troy, Andalusia
Public's input sought on affordable housing in Dothan
Dothan sales tax revenue surges in June
Dothan's expanded Harley business now offers more
Gulf Coast - Mobile, Baldwin County, Gulf Shores
Lifestyle center sells; Rouses may come to Orange Beach (AL.com)
Full-service Hilton comes to Alabama's Gulf Coast (AL.com)
Amazon facility in Mobile opening in October (AL.com)
'Petya' cyberattack: Teamwork, pride fueled Alabama terminal's fight to rebound (AL.com)
Dunkin' Donuts project thwarted in Mobile neighborhood where Krispy Kreme once ruled (AL.com)
Education & Networking Opportunities
Alabama Real Estate Cram Course
July 18-19; TJC Mortgage,
Land 101:The Fundamentals of Land Brokerage
Montgomery (AAR)
Alabama Real Estate Management Summit
August 25 @ Burr & Forman (Birmingham) 
More Info
Central Alabama CRE Symposium 
November 17 @ The Harbert Center (Birmingham) 
More Info
News from Alabama's Real Estate Organizations
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